As the Lenten season ends in Easter rejoicing, note what has been wrought in you this year: There is a deep hunger in our collective psyche to re-orient our lives toward life and light, healing and peace.
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Bearing in mind that much of the church is already leaning in to its "Good Passover," I offer this trio of poems to wish you all a Kalo Anastasi, a very "Good Resurrection."
No matter how opulent my expression of praise may be, it cannot convey the enormity of my appreciation.
This Easter don't mistake the message for a feel-good story surrounded by feel-good songs. Take a closer look at the core message of Christianity and you will see that it is much more.
For a moment, let us entertain the possibility that Resurrection is not a violation of natural law but an indicator of something beyond our scientific understanding of the universe.
As we begin our religious observances this week, I hope that we will keep in mind the Maureens and Megans among us: dear to God even in death, but so deserving of a life of here on earth.
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